What sets The Good Shepherd Catholic Montessori apart from other schools? Learn about preschool through eighth grade life in a Montessori classroom!
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In a spirit of thanksgiving and intercession we have created a GSCM Novena to help us in our final preparations for the opening of school.
The purpose of the phase-in schedule is to help the children acclimate to school in a calm manner, with adequate attention from the directress.
Dr. Maria Montessori, through her keen observation of children, discovered many secrets of childhood. With her background in medicine and human anthropology
What sets our students apart? Their love for learning. Only in a Montessori classroom do teachers hear, "Oh, can we please finish this work before we go out to recess?" And when children love learning that much, there's no limit to what they can achieve. FACT: Last year the class-wide average test scores on the Iowa Test of Basic Skills exceeded the the 80th percentile in 24 out of 26 sub-tests and the 90th percentile in 13 out of 26 sub-tests.
A third grader guiding a first grader through a challenging math work. Preschoolers learning about courtesy from Kindergarteners. Impossible? No, just an average Tuesday. FACT: Mixed-age classrooms and small classes help students develop into confident, caring leaders.
More than a religion class, the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd uses Montessori principles to bring the most essential realities of the Catholic faith to even very young children. You'll be amazed at the deep, joyful relationship with Jesus that even our youngest students can form. FACT: We are the only school in Cincinnati to offer the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd.